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Displaying items by tag: Banned

Organisers of the security conference Infiltrate are reportedly not allowing journalists to attend this year, though it is understood that there has been no such ban in the past.

Published in Security

Along with Samsung Galaxy Note7 phones being banned on flights in the US and internationally, so too are they banned in Australia, with Samsung manning phone swap service points at major Australian airports.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 05:46

Saints Row 4 banned in Australia

Saints Row 4 has been denied a rating by the Australian Classification Board, effectively banning the upcoming game.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A Nintendo 3DS fighting game, featuring scantily clad fighters, of whom three are described as being under 18, has been banned in Sweden but is still on sale in Australia as a PG game.

Published in Entertainment

Uh-oh'¦ the world's biggest population of Internet users is no longer officially allowed to use Skype, with that bad news coming just as Skype announced the good news that video calls were coming to the iPhone at last, which itself followed the bad news of Skype's global meltdown. Phew!

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 16 April 2009 04:37

NecroVisioN banned

Another game release falls prey to Australia’s lack of an R18+ classification system.  But mature age games should have no FEAR, most likely this decision on the horror/war FPS NecroVisioN will be turned around.

Published in Radioactive IT
Wednesday, 04 March 2009 20:04

Gates Hates 'Pods

File under not so strange and apparently true: Bill Gates has banned the iPod, and the iPhone for that matter, from his home. As well as from his family.

Published in Home Tech
Apple is rightly proud of how quick and easy the iPhone 3G is to use, but when does pride turn into deceit? The Advertising Standards Agency in the UK thinks it knows the answer and Apple could face a third iPhone advert ban this year as a result.

Published in Market
Thursday, 11 September 2008 14:24

Banned: The Vodafone advert just too fast for radio

Let me repeat that, a little slower. A radio advert for a Vodafone mobile phone contract deal has been banned in the UK because the actress speaks too quickly.

Published in Technology Regulation




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